Foursquare is finally giving longtime users a way to visualize their years' worth of check-in data. Prepare to be amazed.
Foursquare has finally released a version of its app optimized for the screens of tablets and larger smartphones.
Slowly but surely, Foursquare is becoming the business its investors always knew it could be.
Realtime firehose access will give Gnip data about every checkin that happens on Foursquare. Gnip then bundles and re-sells the data, mostly to big brands.
Cameron Peron is VP Marketing at Newvem, a cloud operations optimization service.
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Foursquare is updating its Windows 8 app to focus on one of the operating system's greatest strengths -- it's interface.
Editor's Pick Foursquare may be a great app, but it suffers from some fundamental deal-breaking paradoxes.
Foursquare CEO Dennis Crowley took on Foursquare critics who doubt that the company can grow into a profitable business.
Just like everything else in the Foursquare universe, Foursquare's online listing pages are getting a redesign.
It's the 16th day of the fourth month -- four squared, in other words. Which means it's Foursquare Day, and which means that you can visit Fourquare.com to get a personalized infographic of the past year year.
Foursquare needs to prove it can make money -- and fast. Why not harness all of that check-in data?
Todays funding roundup is a gooey, nutty, sweet combination of cloud infrastructure, genetics, and social media.
While it's been four years since Foursquare introduced itself to world, the company is still hashing out its business strategy. And that should horrify investors.
We've been saying this for a while now: Foursquare isn't about badges and mayorships anymore. You need only look at the company's latest round of funding for confirmation.
You can sum up Foursquare's latest iOS app update in three words: location, location, location.
Over the past year or so Foursquare has become the best local search app that you're probably not using. And that's all Foursquare's fault.
Former Square COO Keith Rabois took to Twitter today to bash social location app Foursquare, but Foursquare CEO Dennis Crowley did not simply sit back and take it. He punched back.
Foursquare has teamed up with Visa and Mastercard to expand its check-in deals service that lets users earn better specials by using their credit cards.
A tool created in a joint research project between the U.S. government and a defense contractor scrapes Foursquare, Facebook, and Twitter to predict where you'll be next.
Three billion tweets and tens of millions of tips ought to add up to something. In Foursquare's case, that means the "Best of" series, which highlights "the most awesome places in cities across the U.S."